U.S. Open 2013

Coverage Packages

  • $8 gets you access to all eight livestreamed games
  • $10 gets you access to all eight livestreamed games + two tape-delayed semifinals (one Mixed, one Women’s)
  • $12 gets you access to all eight livestreamed games + two tape-delayed semifinals + exclusive access to unpublished Ultiworld statistical charts and analysis of the top Men’s and Women’s teams

It’s here. From July 4th to 7th, the 2012 USA Ultimate Club Championships semifinalists along with a collection of international team come together for the 2nd annual US Open, the biggest early season tournament of the year. We will be livestreaming eight games throughout pool play and filming for tape-delayed release the Mixed and Women’s semifinals not being covered by ESPN3. Our broadcast will be available unrestricted around the globe. In addition to our livestreaming coverage, we will have a full staff on the ground offering in-depth reporting and detailed statistics throughout the weekend.

In the video player below, you can securely buy any of our coverage packages through our livestreaming host, Dacast. From livestreaming video to game writeups to interviews to statistical analyses, this will be the most comprehensive coverage Ultiworld has ever put together. We are very excited to bring you closer than ever to the action.

For more information about our coverage this weekend, including livestreaming schedules, check out our tournament announcement page.

Score Reporter: Men’s Division

Score Reporter: Women’s Division

Score Reporter: Mixed Division

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